First off, many thanks to Militia Jim for starting this topic after my attempted hijacking of the Silver Screen thread.
I couldn't stand Brosnan's take on the character; give me Dalton over him any day.
I agree with Mister Andersen on this one, I much prefer Dalton over others, though I also have to agree with many others who noted that the writers bear more blame for the successes, failures, and portrayals. I don't think Sir Roger was a bad choice for a Bond, but you have to be OK with a bit more camp. I prefer less camp so I prefer other Bond films over the Moore era. I thought Dalton had a bit of a grim, fatalistic edge to him, similar to Craig, so I really dug him. Brosnan would have been fantastic if he'd started as Bond the first time he wanted to do so (after Remington Steel, but alas before his contract had terminated), but I think his light had faded a bit by the time he did get to start, and the writing in his period was not solid (Die Another Day anyone?). Very good moments at times during Brosnan's four, but always leaving me wanting a little better.
For me, it's Lazenby, Connery, Craig, Dalton, Moore, and Brosnan.